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The Power of Negative Ions to Heal and Cleanse Your Body

In ancient times, ordinary people went to the seashore when they were ill. Clean salt air and sailing sails look therapeutic, bringing life back to the tired and tired. Today, most visitors search for mountain and tropical retreats where pure air and the environment are free of daily stress, such as traffic, email, and cell phones.

It turns out that there may be scientific reasons you have found to be healing and refreshing. The natural environment is filled with tens of thousands of negative ions flowing out. This differs drastically from typical American homes or offices that often register only tens or even zeroes.

Computers, televisions, cell phones, and acid-forming foods (highly processed and chemically processed foods that are typically made up of the United States Diet) exert positive charges. The technology around us generates a kind of electrical fog that controls our thinking and leads to feelings of uneasiness, anxiety, and headaches. The positive ions carried at home and our office sticks to the negative ions that need to distribute your body, reducing your body's overall negative charge, which is a natural state of health.

Ions are created as molecules cut off due to sunlight, radiation, and moving air and water. "Surf surfing creates a negative ion and we also see it after a thunderstorm when people report mild moods," said ion researcher Michael Terman, PhD, from Columbia University in New York.

Researchers at the Dean of Goldstein and Lewin Medical Research in Stahnsdorf, Germany, have attributed the shortage of negative ions to shortened lifespans. In contrast, researchers at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow have shown that exposure to negatively charged ion levels can reduce the effects of physical stress on the body. "In general, negative ions increase the flow of oxygen to the brain, resulting in higher alertness, decreased sleepiness, and more mental energy," said Pierce J. Howard, PhD, author of The Owners Manual for the Brain: Daily Applications of the Mind Brain Research and research director at the Center for Applied Cognitive Science in Charlotte, NC

Negative ions have been proven effective in treating depression and seasonal disorders. Negative accusations also bind to the positively charged elements in your body, attracting toxins and impurities. But before you go back to buying an expensive negative ion generator, keep in mind: many products on the market do not produce therapeutic doses of negative ions or are affected by other electromagnetic devices in the room, such as a computer screen, air conditioning, or television.

So, what do you do if you want to tap into the many health benefits of negative ions? First, limit your exposure to positively charged elements like television and acid-forming foods. Second, use natural negative ions such as Himalayan Salt Lights (recommended by Dr. Oz) and 100% pure candles, which actually emit negative ions and purify the air in your room as they burn (instead of paraffin wax created from petroleum sludge and emit carcinogens into the air). Third, and most importantly, take yourself to the largest negative ion generator on the planet: waterfalls and ocean waves.



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